Fully Autonomous Driving Isn’t For Tomorrow Despite Tesla beautiful promises by Elon Musk (who eventually admitted thathe was talking nonsenseSince last year, Tesla has allowed a handful of drivers to beta test the Full Self Driving (FSD) system, whose version 9.2 is supposed to significantly improve autonomous driving in the city. This test software is still far from satisfying users… Elon Musk first.
In a tweet, the bubbling boss Explain Even if this version not great » But the autopilot and the teams in charge of artificial intelligence were doing their best to improve the technology. Version 9.3, still in beta, offers better performance, he said.
Elon Musk also hinted that Autopilot software for highway driving and city driving would merge, requiring significant groundwork for the neural networks working under Tesla’s hood. leader too know That version of the FSD was to be based on 10 profound structural changes.
It’s already too complicated to develop level 5 autonomous driving (without any human intervention) when you’re at level 2. But the manufacturer has introduced a significant technical change just by removing the radar In its vehicles, a sensor is widely used everywhere. The manufacturer is now completely reliant on on-board cameras, which further adds to the difficulty. and expands the horizon of driverless piloting even further.
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